There have been days,
since her son Ezekiel was born 11 months ago, that Los Angeles mom Beth Capper has gone without food to keep up her supply. One friend was arrested for stealing some. It's not drugs or alcohol or even baby formula that has put her in such a bind. It's diapers.
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You've (Not) Come a Long Way, Baby:
Why feminism and lactivism make such a dysfunctional couple